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OREGON CITV, OliEOON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1911.
Peh Week, 10 Cents
UP 11500 TO BE
J SIX PES CENT
'jt Plaa for tha Un
ions Orphan Asy
L Should Not
ia. so. sup-
" and Htate Treaa-
tba carpet tonight
itaa on waya and
jOlals of any wrong
yt vehement and to
J an evidence that
; aald Htelner loft
tha Y. M. C. A.
tie of aaylum fundi
talnrr charged that
Bua that led to tha
t oroadcast, and de-
Stoight forth a mss
iat tba contentlona
Jaar were correct.
e charged Senator
jjiat the farm waa
n preseal values,
' Investment, Ills
1 tha par capita of
rlum waa ainnll
J Investigation. That
wards to nota tba
; that It did not
tor correct Infor-
"r urged tha com
flifortunatea a fair
nnmor at my repu
Jrledge of bualnesa
meana give these
V fair ahow; do one
j don't. .
AND PUT IN
"arnest In Ua deter
jTwater ayatem and
yor and Councilman
t for a water aupply
sj and ample.
Yal aprlnga within
Jfcw village that are
imng other things.
IK, on Clnckamaa
and an effort la
oce Council to buy
'that the aprtng la
1 ao that the water
je town by gravity.
Object to the plan
it the water would
1 arrows the river.
to dig wella near
Bough back from It
would filter out the
the water Into the
plus Into a reaer
jM that 111.500 will
I water ayatem.
kY HAS O. K.
i October 12 Publle
30. (Staff Cor
k House bill desig
ns Columbua Day
this afternoon and
It a approval by the
1 provldea that Oo
f publlo bolldajr, but
There waa no op-
that we are offering
ts in odd. and ends
ikes such as W. L
Suits and Overcoats,
Yorke Shirts, Etc.
illy 40 per cent; can
I p 3
Vome in and let us
Stunt '.: !o i
y CLOTHIERS ;
Main Sta, ' kl ,
HUNTING FOR THE TITLE.
What Doaa the Hawlay Mill Own end
What the City.
Borne time ago Council appropriated
$3r0 for the purpose of lnveatlgntlng
and aai-ertalnlng the rlty'a rlgata la
the atraet near tba llawley tnllla. The
queatlon la, how much of the afreet
doea the city own and how much doea
Ihe llawley I'ulp Paper Co. own.
There la no deilre on the part of the
Councilman lntretetf to dlapoaaeaa
Mr. llawley of any room he may need
In hla bualni'Ha that the city doa not
now need. Hut It la deemed wine, In
caae the Hawley la on city ground,
to Initial on a nominal loaae ao aa to
keep the rightful ownerahtp In eight
that at any time the city doea want
poaaoKNlon t can take It and not d I it
cover thnt the city haa alept on Ha
rluhta and Ilia llawley mllla come Into
ownerahlp through neglect on the part
of city official.
ARE CALLING NAMES.
Oovarnor Johnaon Thraatana to Re
. move Bank Examiner.
RAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 30. (Spl.)
Trouble between Gov. Johnaon and
Htate Ilank Examiner Aldon Anderaon
haa aaaumed the name-calling alage.
The (Jovernor tbreateua to have the
law changed ao he can remove Ander
aon. while the latter retorta by calling;
Johnaon a hypocrite. .
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5.
Theodore Rooeevelt Will 8ptak In
Portland at That Time-
www vnnlf Ian SO (Snl.k Aa a
revision of datea It la announced that
Theodore Roonevalt will apeak In Port
land, on bla trip Weat. on April 8. He
will make a dozen other vlalta and
apeak In different Northweat cltlee.
. . 4
SAN FRANCISCO WINS.
If the Poll of the Votee Tle the
WASHINGTON. Jan- 30. (8pl.)
noth San Franelaco and New Orleana
are claiming to have won the fair but
neither can ahow any certainty and
each concedea that the vote will be
clone. San Kranrlaoo aaye a poll of
Congress ahow a they win but that they
will not have over 20 to epare.
EIGHT BILLS PASS HOUSE.
Circuit Judgaa May Have Only 90 Days
to Render Decisions.
flAI.t-M nr. Jan. 30. (8taff Cor-
reaoondenee.) The House paased the
following bllla today:
Increasing aalarlea or cenain om-
clala of Tillamook County. :
fixing terma of county courta. ,- .
14 000 for burial plat
for Bpanlah-Amerlcan war veterana.
Rnnulrlna- aDoolntment by Oovernor
of ihembere of Hoard of Pharmacy
from Hat of namea furnished ty biaia
liAniitrlnr liidsea of Circuit Court to
reader decision within 90 daya after
caae la submitted.
Regulating practice of optometry,
rrnatina shlnnlnir mastera and regu
lating Bailor boarding houaea.
(living deputy labor commissioners
IS a day and expenaea while Insist
EDUCATIONAL MEASURE HAS IN
DORSEMENT OF 8UPERINTEND
, ENTS AND TEACHERS.
SAIJtMi Or., Jan. 30. (Staff Cor
respondenre.) 8. B. No. 101. by Haw
vldln for the certification of
teachera. waa paaaed by the Senate
this afternoon. It repeaia poriiona oi
the present achool law and la Intended
to Btandardlxe certlflcatea, but provid
ing that appllcanta for examinations
for teachera' certlflcatea. If aucceasful,
may teach In any county of the atate
on a certificate granted In any county,
and that graduatea of the Oregon Agri
cultural College, University of Oregon,
and any other Inatltutlona of learning
whose course haa been approved, may
teach In the acboola of the atate with
out examination. The approval and
dealgnatlon of these Institutions resta
In a board to constat of the Superin
tendent of Publlo Instruction, the prea
lilonta nf tha Htate Normal School.
the State tlnlveralty. the Orefion Agri
cultural Collfgo, one private institu
tion and one Cathollo Institution. The
bill waa prepared by and had tne en
dorsement of the State Teachers" As
sociation and the County School Sup
erlntondenta or the entire atate.
will heel to-night
FIVE MATTERS-ARE TO BE TAKEN
UP AND SETTLED BY THE
Mayor Freytag Monday night Issued
a rail for a sneclal meeting of Glad
stone Council for this evening. The
call atatea five reasons for the moot
i Tn nltaln authority from the leg
Islafure to contract a debt of over
atrnn ...rml.ali.n hnlno' necessary for
9iivw, i' 1 t
Improvements In a larger aum. The
contemplated water ayaiem m hhj
to coat In exceas of that amount and
n..t..n ,.ni. nnititrltv tn in detit.
2. To establish rules for the order
3. To create a geneaal fund for
general purposes ana to anopi a mem
r,A ,xt nnvlilir IllflimV Ollt f)f till fund
i Tn urovlilo for the width and
manner ef constructing aldewllc In
Oladatone. ' i l t - ,
r -A n t . V, A .ni..(1tmi Af con.
(agloua dlseasea, and to fix aalarlea of
city officers. L.
THE OLD AND THE NEW
UP RIVER FISHMEN
LOSE FIRST. FIGHT
RESOLUTION TO NAME JOINT COM
MITTEE WITH WASHINGTON
SUBSTITUTE REPORT IS ADOPTED
Slnnott, of The Dallea, Daclarea Real
Purpose la Close Upper River .
and Says Interests Are
SALEM, Or, Jan. 30. (Staff Cor,
resixindi-nce.) Frlenda of the fUhlng
Industrlea of the .upper Willamette
River this afternoon lost their fight to
obtain Indefinite postponement of
House concurrent resolution No. 7.
authorizing the appointment of a Joint
committee from the Senate and House
to meet with a similar committee from
the Washington legislature to Investi
gate the flailing Industrlea of the two
atatea.' The resolution slipped paat
Representative Magone In the House,
where It should have been killed, aa
the Washington legislative committee
had not then been named. In the
Senate the committee majority report
waa unfavorable to the resolution, but
a motion to substitute the minority
for the majority report paased by a
vote of II to 10, Dlmlck, of Clackamas,
voting to kill the resolution. Senator
taater, of Aatorla, led tbe fight for a
favorable report and represented the
lower river fishermen. He declared
the present law Inadequate and aald
the whole Industry waa doomed unless
new legislation anould be enacted.
Sonator Slnnott, of The Dallea, aald
the real object of tbe Investigation
waa to cloae the upper river and ex
plained that the Intereata of the fish
ermen of the lower and upper river
Senator Abraham, of Roseburg, In
sisted that common courtesy to the
Washington legislature demanded the
appointment of the committee and a
majority of the Senators toak the aame
BRIDGE BILL KILLED
NOT A VOICE RAISED IN DEFENSE
OF TRI-COUNTY PUSH CLUB
SALKM, Or., Jan. 30. (Staff Cor-
respondence.)- Will K. Purdy's Butte-
vl He bridge bill was killed In the Sen
ate this afternoon, and not a voice
was raised In Its defense. The major
ity report of tbe committee to whom
tho bill was referred was not favor
able and the measure waa postponed
Indefinitely. There waa a minority
report directing tba county courta of
Clnckamas, Marlon and Yamhill Coun
ties to call a special election within
90 daya from the passage of the act
to give the people of the three coun
ties affected an oportunlty to pasa up
on the merits of tho scheme to bridge
the Willamette at Iluttevllle, but the
majority report prevailed.
THREE MEASURES GET AXE
House Puta Bllla to Sleep By Indefi
SALEM, Or., Jan, 30. (Staff Cor
respondence.) Tbe House today In
definitely postponed the . following
licensing mercantile agenclea.
Giving state Jurisdiction over resorts
where liquor ts sold In quantities of
not lea than one gallon.
Making telegraph and telenhone
companies responsible for errors and
making presa associations common
HOUSE KILLS TELEPHONE BILL
Measure Had Rider Making Presa Ae-
eociationa Common Carriers.
SALKM, Or., Jan. 30. (Starr Cor
respondence.) The bill of Amme, of
Multnomah, regulating 'telephone and
telegraph , companies, ' received '. Its
quletils In the House at 2 o'clock thla
afternoon, having been made a apodal
order for that time. Tbe measure
waa actively opposed by the telegraph
and telephone companies, and the Pa
clflc Telegraph and Telephone Co.
brounht Everett Hlkmatv, here from
IN THE EMPIRE STATE.
Macaulay in New YorkWorld.,.
Spokane to lobby against the bill, to
which waa attached a rider making
presa associations common carriers.
The measure made tbe telegraph and
telephone companlea responsible for
ASTORIA'S PET BILL GOES BACK.
Lester Asks For $50,000 and Measure
8ent to Committee.
SALEM. Or, Jan. 30. (Staff Cor
respondence.) The Astoria Centen
nial celebration appropriation waa
butchered thla morning, by Indefinite
postponement 'of the bill carrying
1100.000. Dlmlck, of Clackamas, waa
willing to go aa atrong aa $25,000, and
a majority of the Senatora believed
the appropriation of $100,000 too great.
Thla afternoon Senator Iiester, of Clat
sop County, obtained a reconsideration
of the bill, and It was referred back
to the waya and means committee,
with Instructions to place the appro
priation at $50,000. There la consider,
able doubt If the bill will pasa the
Senate, even with Its original appro
priation split In twain.
WILL LOSE ONE EVE
FROM THE ACCIDENT
JACK LODER IS CHEERFUL OVER
HIS INJURIES STILL IN THE '
There la little new In the story of
the accident whicn happened to lit tie
larlr Tvlor m-hn m-aa an avrfk1v In.
Jured on Saturday by an explosion of
a dynamite cap. The little lad la in a
Portland hospital, with bla mother,
and evnrvthlno- noasthlo la hlnr done
to save him from the evil effecta of
The exnlnslon waa more serious In
Ita train of evils than at first aupposed.
It waa found necessary to remove the
Injured eye, and It la not known Just
how serious the Injury will prove to
the aecond one. Hla face waa badly
cut and bruised and one ear waa torn
nearly off the aide of the head.,. The
ear has been put back Into place and
It Is thought win heal in suca a man
ner a M" ... w . .
nrn The acara on hla face, however,
. . ..... ... . I
can never heal ao tnai iney win noi
Everr effort will be made to save
the aecond eye. But for the very sen
altlve companionship of the eyea little
anxiety would be expressed In this
matter hut aa one ao often falls when
there Is Injury to the other It makes
the parenta very anxioua until aucn
time aa they can be aasured the eye
haa becTi saved.
Little more Is known as to how tbe
accident occurred, and no one aeems
able to aav as to how the cap came
upon the Loder porch.
Jack survived the hospital oraeai
with show of great pluck, and he Is
making a game fight to win. over all
obataclea. He la very cheerful In
spite of the calamity ana intends, so
It seems, to allow no aiaponaency 10
Interfere with . his recovery. Mrs.
Ioder devotes all her time to the lime
follow and Mr. Loder visits the hoa
Backache and Kid
50o per Box.
Money Back If Not Relieved.
Prescriptions and Family Receipt a
1 . Filled With Pure DTuga.
Quality and Prices Right.'
CHARM AN Cl Co.
" ' ' City Drug Store." ; '
'. Next Door to Clectrle Hotel.
Pacific Phone II Home Phone 41
IN S. S. CONTEST
REV. ZIMMERMAN ANNOUNCES
THE FINDING OF THE JUDGES "
AT SUNDAY EVE. SERVICE.
ALBERT FREDRICK -DEWEY KRUCER
Wlnn'era of First Twt Prizes $3 00
and $2.00 Third Prize .
Added Later By
ThorA ta mnaMAi-ahlA IntArest mani
fested among Sunday achool workers
here, aa to what to do with tbe boy
problem In Oregon City. After con-
Irtoral Inn TJpv Zimmerman haa de
cided, for the boys tn hla achool, to
organize a boya' club. With that In
view, he published a aerlea of 12 ques
tions, to which he asked for answers,
giving the boya three weeka to write
the answers and offering two prizes
for two best answers In sums of $3.00
There were 26 anawera aubmltted
and Rev. Proctor, Superintendent
Tooze and Attorney C. H. Dye were
appointed a committee to award the
rprlaica. The anawera were numbered
and the Judgea adjudged aa to num
bers, having no knowledge aa to who;
wrote me aeverai rei'- 1
nrlvA waa awarded to Albert Frederick
and the aecond to Dewey Kroger.
Sunday evening the M. ts. cnurcn
waa filled with a throng of people
anxioua to learn who were the aucceHa
ful contestanta and to hear read the
repllea that aeemed worthy the prizes.
Than were the usual opening exer-
clsea of the evening, with aong, scrip
ture reading and prayer, followed by
an addresa on tne organization anu
working of boy cluba by J. C. Clark,
of Portland, who la engaged in the
Y. M. C A. work In the Rose City.
Hla addresa waa Illustrated with magic
lantern slldea showing aubjects akin
to the work being done by the asso
ciation, with aome of association work
now In progress. This address had
reference to the dissemination of In
formation relative to the usual boya'
club work that not only the boys, but
parents present, might learn aome
thlng of what will be attempted In
the boya' cluba here.
At the close of the Illustrated ad
dresa Itev. Zimmerman announced the
winners and then read the replies on
which the award waa made. The ques
tions and answers follow:
Question 1 If you had $1000 what
would you do with tbe money?
Ana. 1 If I had 11000 I would enter
college after my high achool educa
tion waa completed and take up tbe
study of electrical engineering.
Ana. 2 I would buy my mother and
father a home. V.
Question 2 Why do you go to
Ans. 1 I go to school to get an edu
cation bo when I become a man I may
help Jn the betterment of the com-mnnlty-ln-which
Ans. 2 To get an education that I
may be better able to make my way
In the world.
Question 3 In your opinion, what
bad bablta tempt boya of your age
Ana. 1 I think that the use of clg
arettea and Hquor tempt boys of my
age most. '
Ans. 2 Cigarette amoklng and
Queatlon 4 How do you usually
apend your evenings?
Ans. 1 I spend most oi my evou-
Inira alllHvifllT TT1 V leSROnS for the U6Xt
day, and aome I apend reading; but
In the auramer time i Borneum bu
to tbe river after aupper as l worn
during the day or sometimes us boys
play gamea after supper.
Ana. 2 Reading aloua to my muincr
or listening to her read.
Question 5 Have you quarrelled
and bad flghta with your playmates.
and what caused tnemr
Ana i I have ouarrelled witn my
playmates and I think It was as much
my fault as his. These quarrels have
tnl nvr some trivial matter such
as one boy thinking he knew more
than the other or tnrowing a snow
ball at-a boy who did not like to be
thrown at. But a quarrel of this kind
ends the next day.
An8. 2 Sometimes, because l
thought they were trying to Impose
upon me or some one younger.
Question S What boon nan icu
you the most pleasure In reading?
Ans. 1 The boon I
any I ever read was -ivanuim, win-
ten by Sir Walter Scott.
Ans. 2 "Lights and snanowa oi me
Great Rebellion," by Dr. L. P. Brock-
OiinBtinn 7 Wbv Bhould boys ab-
Btain from the use of alcoholic liquors?
ana l Rova should not use liquor
because when atarted to use It It Is
very hard to quit and If you do not
quit you will be a drunkard and drunk
ards are no account wnaiever. it tunu
dulls your mind and poisons your
atnmache and that means a life of
misery and an early death.
Ans. 2 Because the use or inm
would ruin them, aoul and body. .
Question 8 Why should you be
grateful and obedlont to your parents?
Ans. 1 You should be grateful and
obedient to your mothers because If
It was not for them you would not be
living and have the home that you
Ans. 2 Because I owe It them for
taking care of me and, because the
Bible commands It,
Question 9 Why should you like to
visit Now York City, and what would
you be most Interested In seeing
Ans 1 I do not know aa I would
Ilka to visit New York, any more than
any other great city, hut I would like
to aee the bis buildings and visit the
poorer section of the city and talk to
some of the poor people. I would alao
like to visit aome of the great art
i Ans. 3 Because It la the largeat cltry
REPRESENTATIVE LINN E. JONES,
who waa yeeterday appointed chair
man of the House committee to In
veatigate the management of the
atate Inaane aaylum.
In the United Statea, and 1 would be
moat Intereated in the atatue of Lib
erty. Question 10 Do many boya of your
age In Oregon City smoke cigarettes?
Ana. 1 There Is quite a number of
boya my age and younger who amoke
clgarettea In Oregon City.
Ana. 2 Yea.
Question 11 What la there In your
beat boy friend that makea you like
Ana. 1 My best boy friend has
these qualities I admire: Ho la honest
tnd tells tbe truth on all occasions,
and he also baa no bad bablta, -
Aas. 2 Honesty and pluck.
Question 12 What do yon mean to
be, and do when you become a man?
. Ans. 1 I expect to go to college and
learn electrical engineering by work
ing every summer and laying away my
money. Through this vocation I ex
pect to earn my living and help In
the betterment of the district la which
I live. "
Ans. 2 I mean to be a good citizen
and an honeBt man and work at a
master mechanlca' trade.
- After the close of. tbe award each
boy who contested was given a pres
ent of a book, whether he won a prize
A little later there will be a boys'
-club organised in this Sunday achool,
but plana are not far enough along for
announcement Just yet.
A third aerlea of anawera waa
deemed worthy of mention those anb
mltted by A. W. Shewman and when
announcement was made a member
of the congregation arose and handed
rp a silver dollar aa a third award
for the evening.
NO "DOCTORS NEED, APPLY. ,
Senate Puta a Crimp In Aspirations of
SALEM, Or., Jan. SO. (Staff Cor
respondence.) The Senate thla after
noon passed L. B. No. 22, by Locke,
relating to the practice of medicine
and prohibiting quacks from using
"Doctor" as a title. Tbe bill Is aimed
at the people who hang out a algn,
without education, fitness or exper
ience, and call themselves doctors.
Slnnott and Joseph were the only Sen
ators voting against tbe bill..
Leglalature Goea to Corvallle Fr'day.
SALEM. Or., Jan. 30. (Staff Cor
respondence.) The members of the
Oregon legislature will take a run pver
to Corvallle next Friday 10 inspect me
Oregon Agriculture College. The leg
islators were at Eugene last week,
imklnir nvnr tha State University, and
this week they will go to Corvallis to
4stmln what la needed In the way
of appropriations at the other State
fl AIL7M0NT Plant your dollars in Clairmont Acre-
lim age it will return you Bank Rolls
With all of the convenience of the city and pleasures
of the country, it is the most Ideal place for a home. o
The present low price of the land will remunerate the o
purchaser two or three times in a short time. o
The best soil that lays out doors. Small payment o
down $10.00 per month. t
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO. I
Oregon City. Or. BOTH PHONES Main 80 At 56
Price's Chop House
Meals at All Hours
If you want the best, at lowest prices, eat with us.
Our specialty is satisfaction. .
Between Fourth and Fifth 8trtjU. f
i $500 Piano
MUST HAVE THE ROOM FOR NEW PIAKG3
.. j, ; -7.. , ? COMING IN. , -.m-v
7th and Center Sts.
FATE OE DIMlCirS
BILL KNOWN TODAY
EIGHT-HOUR MEASURE TO COM I
UP AS SPECIAL ORDER IN SEN
ATE THIS MORNING- ,
BOWERMAN FORCES DIM'S HO
Amendment Has Effect to Exempt
Sawmills, and Paper Companies
Would Be Only Industry
to Suffer From Law.
SALEM. Or., Jan. 30. (Staff Cor
reapondence.) The fate of Senator
Diniick's eight-hour measure will be
determined at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow
morning. Seeing the uaeleaaneas of
pushing the bill today, Mr. Dlmlck had
It put over tintll Tneaday, when It la
expected that 8enator Bean, who has
been In Eastern Oregon with a com
mittee investigating the branch asy
lum site, will have returned. Bean
favors tbe bill and It la neceasary for
Dlmlck to muster every possible vote
to get It through tbe Senate.
The bill came np In regular order
In the Senate this morning on third
reading and final passage. Through
courtesy to Mr. Dlmlck, final conalder
ation waa postponed, and tbe Clacka
mas Senator was at liberty to bring
up the measure at any time, but thla
put a formidable weapon Into ' hla
hands, aa he would have been able to
trot out tbe measure when aome of Ita
antmrnnlRta mleht have been absent.
Senator Bowerman, who la opposed to
the bill, Insisted tnat uimica nun me
measure a special order, and thla waa
done. . -
The eight-hour measure haa received
one amendment, and the clause provid
ing that factories operating 22 hours
or more In a day of 24 houra ehall bo
affected, has been altered ao that now
only factoriea working 23 hours or
more are liable to the provlalons of
the bill. Thla may be regarded aa a
concession to the lumber manufactur
ers, aa many sawmills operate 22
houra, but few If any of them run 23
or 24 houra. Tbe amendment meana
that the opposition of the sawmill
people will be withdrawn, and that
the bill becomes more than ever a
problem for the paper mill Industry
alone to wrestle with-
"JONES IS MADE CHAIRMAN.
Clackamas Man Heada Committee to
Investigate Asylum. Management.
SALEM. Or., Jan. 30. (Staff Cor
reapondence.) Representative Llna E.
Jonea, of Clackamas, was this mornlns
appointed chairman of a committee) of
five to make an Investigation of the
state Insane asylum and other Insti
tutions around Salem. Speaker Ruak
announced the appointment of the
committee soon after the House) con
vened. The committee must report
not less than 10 days before the ad
journment of the session, which meana
that Representative Jones and hla col
leagues will have little time to attend
sessions of the House for the next 12
, Meeting of Soclallsta Sunday.
There will be a meeting of Soclal
lsta Sunday afternoon, February 5, at
1 o'clock In Knapp's hall- The speak
er of the afternoon will be John O.
Wanhope, and he will talk oa tbe 8
hour law and Socialist piinclplea In
general. It Is promised that the work
Ingman'a side will be given by Mr.
r A . (